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Kyheim Hall - A side that not many ever see
Friday, 18 September 2009

ImagePocono Record: SWIFTWATER — It's been a long road to where Kyheim Hall now finds himself.  The oldest of three children, Hall had to grow up faster than others as he helped take care of his sister Shantellsy Hall, who is 14 and has severe cerebral palsy.

Under the guidance and coaching of his stepfather Darren Dangerfield, Hall was a quarterback for his football team until he reached seventh grade. There was even a time when he was going to enroll at Iona Prep, a private school in New Rochelle, N.Y., for football.

He struggled with his grades at Pocono Mountain West when he failed three classes during his freshman year. That led to him transferring to Pocono Mountain East before his sophomore year under the No Child Left Behind Act and he's earned a "B" average in his classes.

At Pocono East, Hall teamed up with coach Patrick Heaton, whose first year with the Cards was Hall's sophomore season, to win 43 games the past two seasons. As a junior, Hall averaged over 13 points per game he was named to the All-Mountain Valley Conference first team) and helped East advance to the MVC championship game, District 11 Class AAAA final and PIAA playoffs, but in both finals and the opening round of the state tournament the Cards lost and those experiences have stayed with Hall.

It's been a good offseason for the 6-foot-3 Hall, who has the ability to play guard and forward. He's become a leader for what will be a young Cardinals squad this winter. Hall also saw his recruitment pick up with a host of Division I schools being interested in his services. Hall verbally committed to St. Francis University, a small D-I school in Loretto, about four hours west of the Poconos. He will sign a letter-of-intent during the early signing period, which starts in November.


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